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We are getting our first look at the man suspected of abducting three women and keeping them captive.
For ten years arraigned at this morning on the kidnapping and rape charges these three girls all taking separately.
Between -- years in 2002 and 2004 but now the family of a fourth missing Cleveland teenager.
When they are hoping for a miracle as well.
Actually Somers she disappeared in July 2007.
She was fourteen years old at the time she banished from the same neighbor -- -- the other three women.
As Tea Party and is the former chief investigator and a New York City and the director -- and defending university dot com thank you for joining ask my pleasure has.
So investigators came out yesterday and they point blank said.
That they have no evidence to Summers is a fourth -- down but that there may be a lot that we still do not know in your opinion.
What do you think the chances are that she is yet another victim of this aerial -- Well there's still yet a lot to come out in this investigation.
We see the commonality she's from the same neighborhood we see that -- within that age group she fits that soft target profile.
So there's still is hope we've had 33 miracles I think that there's perhaps a chance for another one.
We have the things they don't match up which -- that she did have some sort of a family problem they're great uncle we see that she didn't leave which some clothing but very personally is that we could the family received a phone call about a month later and he later came up with some information that may lend it to ask this -- And let's explain that for people because I wasn't aware of -- until I was doing a little bit of research today.
Briefly after her disappearance of -- receive this phone call they believed it to be her voice she said I'm fine hung up.
So this sister went to authorities they went to the phone records.
Are there any numbers that you don't recognize.
One of the numbers came up with the name cash strapped.
Interesting piece of evidence law enforcement still has the ability to retrieve and review those records -- to be very valuable piece of information and terms of where she disappeared Ashley's abduction.
It happened within a mile and a half of where -- and agencies were last seen.
Also it is only three and a half miles from aerial Castro's home.
We we can't disregard to close proximity we can't disregard the other factors that relate.
-- to her being one of those chosen victims so the chances are.
The law enforcement -- it -- very deeply into the sort of concentrate and focused their investigation on the victims to suspect the -- other crime scenes but they're also gonna look for other victims as well and speaking of other victims.
There are a lot of missing cases going on right now in the Cleveland area and we actually have a map that we can show some of that.
The northeast Ohio missing persons database they publish says it includes 96 names.
Missing people as of midday on Tuesday three of those have been reported.
Missing more than ten years but new reports they come out date late.
And you know we see in law enforcement most that we see a lot of people go missing and we also locate a lot of people this case is very rare.
The mere fact that they were abducted -- alive ten years twelve years later is amazing.
But what about the fact that they were right mayor in that neighborhood they were still -- -- and no one found that.
Look -- gonna learn a lot from this case we have.
Have to take a closer look.
At each and every instance in which we have contact with the public looking for things out of the ordinary to try to identify hot spots like this -- people have been -- -- expect additional charges they have together but additional charge -- -- would definitely charges -- forthcoming they're going to be -- all right thank you so much for joining us -- and -- -- -- Appreciate your insight and you have --
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